Auburn Police blotter | Feb. 8

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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Jan. 29 and Feb. 2:

Jan. 29

Theft: 8:30 p.m., 1002 Outlet Collection Way SW. Someone broke into a man’s car while the man was with his family inside a restaurant and swiped a lot of stuff.

Jan. 30

Assault with a firearm: 8:14 p.m., 31700 block of 104th Avenue Southeast. Two unknown males approached a resident and shot at him. Although officers searched the area, they found neither bad guys nor evidence.

Jan. 31

Commercial burglary: 3:33 p.m., 1801 R St. SE. A woman called police to report that somebody had gotten into her husband’s storage unit and stolen things.

Trespassing: 4:05 p.m., 801 Auburn Way N. Whatever a guy can do to earn a five-year exile from Fred Meyer, this guy did it.

Porch pilfering: 2:40 a.m., 400 block of 7th Street Southeast. An unknown thief swiped miscellaneous items from a porch.

Feb. 1

Order to surrender weapons: 3:28 p.m., 340 E. Main St. Per court order, a man surrendered several firearms to police.

Key theft: 5:58 p.m., 600 block of L Place Southeast. A resident left his house keys attached to his front door, and when he came to fetch his keys 30 minutes later, the keys were gone.

Feb. 2

Strong arm street robbery: 2:14 a.m., 200 S. Division. A man sustained facial lacerations and possible internal abdominal injuries when two people, a man and a woman, assaulted and robbed him of $40 in the wee hours of the morning.

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